Michigan Teachers Walk Out

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Teachers at a high school in Marquette walked off the job yesterday after the final bell.
The reason? They wanted the administration to know they want a new contract.
The Marquette Area Public School teachers have been working without a contract for the last three months.
Mediation between the administration and the teachers' union is set to start at the beginning of November.


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  • by frank Location: jonesville on Oct 23, 2007 at 06:06 PM
    there's teachers in our county without contracts.If our lovely gov keeps going many schools will be forced to close and combine schools.and teachers will get laid off.our last minute budget people,didn't have any problem spending money foolishly fast.they made some mistakes,now they don't know what to do about it.nov 1st isn't far away.they seen what was going on.next we'll be hearing about there neck problems,they turned there heads so many times thinking everything would take care of it's self.or they might have arm problems from throwing to many reports on the later on file.maybe memory problems,just forgot things needed done along time ago.but they didn't forget vactions.hunting or over seas.and schools aren't doing so well,this may just take care of it's self,or may have to, the gov is too busy doing what, I don't know.neither do they.
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